Prediction and auralisation of urban sound environments

F. Georgiou, R. Pagan Munoz, F. Rietdijk, G. Zachos

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Abstract

A key role in the acoustic planning and design process of urban areas is played by the numerical prediction of sound propagation. Being able to simulate the sound field in urban environments facilitates the decision-making and closes the communication gap among the diverse groups participating in the planning process.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationUrban sound planning – the SONORUS project
EditorsW. Kropp, J. Forssén, L. Estévez Mauriz
PublisherChalmers University of Technology
Pages37-51
Number of pages15
ISBN (Print)9789163918599
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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Georgiou, F., Pagan Munoz, R., Rietdijk, F., & Zachos, G. (2016). Prediction and auralisation of urban sound environments. In W. Kropp, J. Forssén, & L. Estévez Mauriz (Eds.), Urban sound planning – the SONORUS project (pp. 37-51). Chalmers University of Technology.